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How To Help An Abuser
09/07/2017

We provided some tips in the previous article about how to help a loved one who is being abused. But what if your loved one is the abuser in an unhealthy relationship? Many of us […]

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How To Help A Friend Who Is Being Abused
08/30/2017

Watching a loved one go through an abusive relationship can be tough. The most important thing is to not give up on them. There are many things you can do to help your loved one […]

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2017 TCFSH Employee Appreciation Event
07/28/2017

Each year, we set aside a day to celebrate TCFSH employees and their dedication to help break the cycle of family violence in our community. While the day was formerly known as a retreat, we switched […]

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What Does Mandated Reporting Mean?
07/28/2017

While child abuse and neglect can be a tough topic to discuss, once you suspect or learn of abuse or neglect, you must make a choice: to report, or not. While everyone should and can […]

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June 15, 2017 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD)
06/16/2017

Each year, 2 million older adults in the United States are at risk to experience some type of abuse. Elder abuse is any act that causes harm or threatens the risk of harm to a […]

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CAP4Kids Provides Family-Friendly Resources, Events for Central Ohio Residents
06/05/2017

The Children’s Advocacy Project, better known as CAP4Kids, can help Ohio residents find community agencies and resources to improve the lives of children and families. The CAP4Kids mission is to help bridge the gap between […]

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May is National Foster Care Month!
05/25/2017

May is National Foster Care Month, a month set aside to acknowledge foster parents, family members, volunteers, mentors, policymakers, child welfare professionals, and other members of the community who help children and youth in foster […]

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Toxic Stress in Children Can Have Lasting Effects Later in Life
05/17/2017

We all experience stress, but some types of stress are more harmful than others. As a child, repeated exposure to toxic stress can trigger hormones and change the brain chemistry and development, and even put […]

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Stay Safe After Breaking Up
05/09/2017

As the saying goes, breaking up is hard to do. It’s important to take time for yourself after a tough break up, especially if you were in an abusive relationship. But just because you’ve broken […]

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Recognizing Signs of Child Abuse and Neglect
04/18/2017

As a parent, we know you want the best for your child. And if your child (or a child you know) is in trouble, it’s important that he or she gets the help they need. […]

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